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#21
Mine was under the carpet, driver's side rear floorboard. It was in mostly good condition, I was able to save 80% of it.

Steve



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#22
Mine were under the carpet on both drivers and passenger sides , passenger was in good shape drivers side was looking a bit sad on the bottom half
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#23
jbojo;134220 Wrote:I found 2 in my car. One was under the rear seat and the second was under the driver seat. Both under the carpet. They were not salvageable after 40 yrs there.
-jbojo

sm3570;134235 Wrote:Mine was under the carpet, driver's side rear floorboard. It was in mostly good condition, I was able to save 80% of it.

fangstang;134240 Wrote:Mine were under the carpet on both drivers and passenger sides , passenger was in good shape drivers side was looking a bit sad on the bottom half

Did any of you have to remove the seats to find them? I kinda peeled up the carpet seam a bit last night and looked with a flashlight but didn't find anything yet.

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#24
I completely gutted the interior, you'll have to pull up the carpet most likely. Also I've heard of build sheets being inside the dash or wrapped around the steering column, although I've never seen it.

Steve



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#25
Mine was under the sound deadner and totally un-salvagebale...half of it is still stuck to the floor frame and is legible but not sure how to remove it without destroying it...any ideas?

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jeff8877;134309 Wrote:Mine was under the sound deadner and totally un-salvagebale...half of it is still stuck to the floor frame and is legible but not sure how to remove it without destroying it...any ideas?

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Jeff

Mine was also under the sound deadner in the rear. The front one was between the carpet and sound deadner however they put one of the drivers front seat bolts through it.
-jbojo

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#27
Jbojo ,

I restored some buildsheets for some guys at this forum.
It's not a real buildsheet when i finished with it but a PDF.
You can print it for display on a carshow .

I can make you one if you want ??

JB

jbojo;134220 Wrote:I found 2 in my car. One was under the rear seat and the second was under the driver seat. Both under the carpet. They were not salvageable after 40 yrs there.
-jbojo

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#28
My 73 Dearborn vert had one under front passenger side front carpet. Nothing left of it except a colorized impression into the floorboard.
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#29
Bill73Ragtop;134424 Wrote:My 73 Dearborn vert had one under front passenger side front carpet. Nothing left of it except a colorized impression into the floorboard.

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I was looking at some old pictures I took and that's how I noticed where mine was.


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#30
I found two copies in my 73 convertible. The 73 Mustangs were supposed to be the last of the Mustang convertibles, so back in 1974 I thought I would go to great lengths to preserve mine. Since I had noticed that some of my parent's older cars had rusted floorboards and trunks I decided to remove the seats and carpets to rustproof the floors. That's when I found both of my copies and preserved them. I don't exactly remember where they were, but I think one was under the rear seat and one under the carpet up front.

Here are pics of them. Between both copies and can make out all of the codes:

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